Strickland Vintage Watches
Strickland Vintage Watches is a company dealing in rare and vintage wrist art timepieces, antique pocket watches, horologica, and custom-made, historically accurate watch straps based in Florida, United States of America.
The company was founded by Bill and Donna Strickland.
Founding and ownership
Strickland Vintage Watches was founded in 1997 by Bill and Donna Strickland who remain the president and vice-president of the company today. Mr. and Mrs. Strickland are both antique watch collectors and dealers.
Services and expertise
Strickland Vintage Watches services a discerning worldwide clientele of avid collectors of vintage wrist art and antique watches, as well as those who collect rare and unusual pocket watches and timepiece related items. A Forbes magazine's "Best of the Web" honoree consecutively since 1998, Strickland Vintage Watches has become known for fine examples of rare timepieces, from the latter Victorian era to the Mid-Century period, specializing in WWI and WWII military timepieces. Also, Strickland Vintage Watches is known worldwide for producing correctly re-created straps and bands for military timepieces.
Strickland Vintage Watches is always looking to purchase new stock and is happy to be contacted by people looking to sell their collections and needing help with valuations and authentication.
Over the years, Strickland Vintage watches has provided timepieces for Hollywood productions and their stars. While they maintain strict confidentiality regarding their individual clients, the company has provided watches for the movies "Ray," "Memoirs of a Geisha" and others. Also, Mr. Strickland has been consulted on productions requiring technical expertise in vintage watches and their characteristics. Considered an antique watch expert specializing in American watches as well as military wristwatches and WWI watches.
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